How to clean up rabbit urine and stop reurination
Great Rabbit Urine Removers
Here's some rabbit urine remover ideas. Owning a rabbit can be a very rewarding thing as long as the rabbit is litter box trained I wrote how to litter box train a rabbit here. Along this path of training you will encounter days or weeks were your rabbit misses the litter pan or just simple doesn't want to use it. For those days here are some great products for removing rabbit urine odor and stains. It's very important to clean up after your rabbit immediately so they do not repeat and make a habit out of peeing in one spot where they are not suppose to.
White Vinegar for removing rabbit urine odor.
Using White Vinegar to remove the odor is a great at home remedy and works for most people that try it. You just have to spray it on the area and scrub. Cleaning with this will help reduce future urination because of the smell.
Natures Miracle for Rabbits
This product can be bought a most retail stores but usually your pet specialty stores. This solution works great for cleaning up urine from your rabbit, dog ,cat and even such a good product that it's used to remove skunk odor. Cleaning up the spot is very important because if you don't it causes all sorts of problems with the rabbit because they will keep going their.
The ingredients are Water, Nature's Enzymes, Isopropyl Alcohol, Citrus Scent (Natural)
Here is what they say about the product. Guaranteed to permanently eliminate all stains & odors - even urine odors other products fail to remove. Removes all organic stains and odors, including foods, blood, vomit, feces, grease, dirt, grass, smoke, and perspiration. Will also work on old and deep-set stains and odors. For use on carpets, floors, furniture, clothing, cages, litter boxes, and all pet living and sleeping areas.
Pet Pee Be Gone
From Amazon.com Pet Pee Be Gone! is a proprietary blend of water borne, enzyme producing bacteria. The bacteria used in our product is a blend of many different types of enzyme producing bacteria. They are 100% free of any pathogenic or disease causing bacteria such as salmonella. These micro-organisms are alive. They aggressivly digest organic material such as pee and other bodily fluids..
Pet pee contains crystal forming chemicals, and protein. Warm pee especially promotes ''bad bacteria'' growth and oxidation. Laboratory research has shown that there are over 2,000 different enzymes! PeeDexter's ''patent pending'' TOP SECRET formula contains enzymes which attack the pee's chemical makeup (crystal forming chemicals, and proteins) while the ''good bacteria'' in Pet Pee Be Gone! eats the stain.
Quick Fact: All pet pee removing products to date contain alcohol. Alcohol kills the enzymes, which are living bacteria, and that's where other products fail. To date PeeDexter's ''patent pending'' TOP SECRET formula is non toxic. It contains no detergents, no bleaches, and most importantly, no alcohol. Which means to all of you frustrated pet owners, who have used these products that claim to work, have most likely ruined your carpet, fabric, upholstery, flooring, and furniture.
Still having problems check out this book Rabbit tricks and secrets revealed it has alot of good techniques to use for everyday rabbit tricks and tips that will make you enjoy your rabbit so much more. This breaks down the right and wrong way of doing things so you know if your doing it 100% correctly. I just love the book and I know you will to.
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